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communication should be addresscu io
K. A. Ul lt.aj it
Publisher and Proprietor.
"Any news from tho case thi-J morn
This question was asked by .Mr. Join
Ilolbrook, senior partner of the linn of
Jlolbrook und Hutchinson, solicitors
and land agents, one ecrtain morning,
in tho latter end of September, ns ho
entered Ids rilieo in tho principal street
of tho old eatliodral town of Dullniin
ster. His partner, Tom Hutchinson, with
out looking up from tho papers ho was
roadin?, answered in the negative.
Well," continued tho senior mem
ber of tho firm, "wc must exhaust cvory
effort to find tho missing docd. Thcro
is a letter by this morning's post from
Mr. Arnold, authorizing us to ineroaso
the reward to a thousand pounds."
"That ought to bring it to light, if It
is in existence," said Tom Hutchinson.
And ho throw down his papors, and
whcolcd his ollieo chair to faco Mr.
Charles Wilson, aged twenty-two, with
legal aspirations, who was "reading"
in tho oflico of this eclobrated firm.
"Wilson," ho said, "writo out an
other advertisement in tho Arnold case,
and tako it round to tho 'Gazotto' of
Tos, sir," answorod tho young man.
And ho took a shoet of paper and
began to write.
After awhilo ho read tho following,
and tho firm agreed that it was tho
"Tn Solicitous' Ci.kiiks ami Omnia.
Information wanted ot a ecrtain puioh
m.'nt deed, clvin by Andrew Sharp to Arch
ibald Arnold, conveying to said Archibald
Arnold a certain )lot of valuable building
land, containing about tivc acres, inoro or
less, situated in tin City of London, said
deed bavins been given in the year 14.".
Tliis deed was lost or stolen some fifteen
years nifo. and anyone furnishing informa
tion winch will lead to its recovery will re
dlvo a reward of One thousand pounds, by
applying to Holiuiook and llnriiiNso.v,
Solicitors, Ac, liulliuinstor, Ciialkshirc."
"You'd better tako it round at once,"
add tho head of tho firm.
And tho young man left tho clllco to
perform tho errand.
Messrs. Ilolbrook and Hutchinson's
articlod clerk was a poor young man
poor but ho had a stout heart and
groat ambition, and although ho found
it a serious matter to make both ends
meet, ho was studying very hard to
perfect himself for his profession, after
which auspicious event, ho felt that all
would bo plain sailing.
IIo had rosy day-dreams sometimes
of tho futuro, after fame and wealth
should havo fallen to his gharo, and tho
central figure of theao droams was
pretty Madgo Bovau, who was nearly
os poor as cimsolf, and whom ho had
lovod ever sinco ho was a boy at school.
"If I could find tho missing dood,"
ho thought, as ho hurried to tho news
paper ollioc, "all would bo well. A
thousand pounds would givo mo a good
start in life, and I could mako dear
Madgo happy and lift tho burden of
tho support of her mother from her
frail shoulders. I shall bo admitted to
practlco on my own account next term,
and it will bo pretty up-hill work at
first, unless I havo a reserve capital.
I3y-tho-way,M ho muttered aloud, "I
promised Madgo to tako toa with them
Charlio Wilson had expended a great
deal of thought on tho most important
factor in tno great land of Arnold v.
Sharp, tho missing deed to tho im
mensely valuablo lot of building land,
and for tho past month ho had spent
his idlo moments visiting marino stores,
in tho faint hopo of somewhere running
across tho parchment.
In tho course of his search ho had
overhauled tons of old paper, but so
far ho could discover not the slightest
trace of tho missing document, and
hundreds of others who had been
temptod by tho largo reward offered
for its discovery, wore equally unsuc
cessful. To-day ho thought more about tho
dood than ho did of Coko and lilack
stono, and was so restless and prc-oc-cupicd
that when tho clock struck threo
ho laid asido his books and left the of
fice. Mrs. Covan and her pretty daughter
livod in an old farm-houso in tho sub
urbs of Dullmlnstcr.
Madgo was employed as a copyist in
a privato firm, aud usually finished her
day's work at four o'clock.
Until that hour, Charlio paced slow
Iy up and down tho pavomcnt in front
A tho tall building where she worked.
They walkod homo togothcr, and
Charlio of courso spoko of tho missing
They amused themselves with dis
cussing what they would do with tho
reward, supposing they should chanco
to find the important document, and
woro talking in this ridiculous strain
when they reached Madgo's homo.
"Tea is ready,", says Mrs. Hovan,
greoting Charlio kindly, "and I'vo
opened a ar of my home-mado straw
btrry jam just for your benefit."
"I know it's excellent," said Char
lie; and bo seated himself besido
Whilo Mrs. Bcvan poured out tho
tea ho retnovod tho cover of tho jam
pot. Suddenly ho turned palo, his
lower jaw droppod, and ho sat gazing
fixodly like ouo spellbound.
"Are you ill, Charlio?" cried Madgo,
. springing to her foot.
"You haven't como upon ono of thoso
nastly beetles!" exclaimed Mrs. Ucvan,
- suspending tho toapot in mid air.
'No, no!" gasped Charlio, after a
, tknc "It's nothing. I shall bo ull
tight directly It's it's tho thousand
lio lolaod tho ploco of parchmont
(hat had covered tho jam pot, und bond
ing over, began to decipher tho written
characters upon it.
'Wltnoss this my hand Andrew
Sharp witness!' " ho muttered, and
then raised his head and turnod to
Madgo, . who .was. b,endlnjr pvor his
chair, with a glad liht in his bluocyos.
"I'vo found it, dear!" ho cried.
"A part of tho missing deed, and
now, if wo can traeo tho rest," ho
oriod. excitedl', "our fortune's made!''
"Mercy on us!" gasped Madgo, be
ginning to erj in her bewilderment.
"Did you ever!" ejaculated Mrs. I!c
van, and in her excitement slio dropped
tho teapot to tho floor, smashing it into
bits. "Madgo," sho finally managed
to say, "tho rest of tho jars aro in tho
collar, on the swinging sholf."
Charlio dashed down tho cellar stairs,
and there, on a shelf in tho middle of
tho cellar, wcro two dozen crockery
jars, lacking ouo, each with a picco of
parchniont tied over it for a cover.
"Tako them upstairs!" ho ordered to
Mrs. Uovan and Madge, who had fol
And ho gathered up as many of tho
jars as ho could carry.
When they wcro placed on tho tablo
ho removed tho covers.
It wa3 nn anxious momont, and his
hand trembled as ho fitted tho bits to
gothcr. At last tho thing took definite shape.
Not a lino was wanting. A few of tho
"and wheroasos," and "provided
also's" wcro a trillo sticky, and a few
of tho words had lost a letter or two,
but tho main points ycro all there, aud
Charlio Wilson fairly danced with glee.
"Whcro did you get it?" ho asked,
turning to Mrs. Iievan.
"I had no idea tho paper was of any
value," answered that good lady, "and
I selected it fom a number that 1 found
in tho attic, Uocanso it was parchniont.
They were thsro when wo moved into
tho house, and I expect they wcro left
by Mr. Arnold, tho ownor of tho prop
erty, when ho moved out."
"Arnold" bogan Charlie.
"Yes Mr. Archibald Arnold. IIo
owns this house and land, but tho prop
erty is managed by an agent."
"That explains it," said tho young
man. "Mr. Archibald Arnold is tho
plaintiff in tho suit."
"Well, I'm glad it's found, although
they woro excellent covers. Sit down
and eat your tea."
"I can't stop," cried Charlie, retch
ing for his hat.
IIo put tho precious covers into hi3
pocket, and proceed, with all possible
speed to tho ollico of Ilolbrook and
His employers had not yet gono
homo, and Charlio laid tho disjointed
document beforo them on tho big ollico
Ono glanco convincod them thatthoir
clerk had secured tho long-lost dood,
and tho good news was tolographod to
their client, who camo on tho next day,
and they told him tho story.
At its close ho drew a ehequo for a
thousand pounds, payablo to Charlio's
order, and tho following month Char
lio and Madgo woro married.
Mr. Arnold won his suit, andonodny
paid a visit to tho old homestead whcro
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Dovan
They roceived tho rich man very gra
ciously, and ho helped to oat somo of
tho strawberry jam.
"That paper," ho said, at parting,
"was worth a hundred times a thou
sand pounds to me"
A few day3 afterwards a letter was
received addressed to Mrs. Charles
Wilson, inclosing a very kind noto and
a docd to tho old farm-houso and tho
plot of ground in tho ccntro of which
it stood, "given, as tho letter read,
"in token of my appreciation of tho
great servico you havo rendered mo."
Charlio is quito a distinguished solic
itor now, and every year liis wife sends
a jar of strawberry jam to Mr. Archi
How to Cool a lloom.
iho following method ot cooling a
room could bo used to advantago at
small expense: The composing-room
of tho New Orleans l'icdiunc is situ
ated in tho upper story ot its publica
tion house, just under tho roof, and in
summer is extremely hot. An inspira
tion scemod to have como to ono of tho
oppressed occupants, and in accord
ance with it a vertical wooden box was
constructed in a corner of tho room, with
openings at tho lloor and ceiling, and
furnished with a pipo for supplying
water at tho top, and a pan and drain
at tho bottom for receiving tho How
and carrying it safely away. Tho sup
ply shaft was bent over tho upper end
of tho shaft and fitted with a roso liko
that of a watoring-pot, so a3 to deliver
a spray instoad of a solid stroam. On
connecting with a 6ervico iino tho
movement of tho water was found to
cause an activo circulation of tho air
in that part of tho room, which was
drawn in at tho upper opening of tho
snau anu issued again, cool and fresh,
at tho lloor level. Tho most surpris
ing thing about tho experiment socms
to havo been tho effect of tho water in
cooling tho air to a degree much bolow
its own tomporature. With Mississip
pi water, which when drawn from tho
service pipo indicated a tomporature of
81 dogrocs, the air in tho room in which
tho thermometer at tho beginning
of tho trial stood at 00 was cooled in
passing through tho length of tho shaft
to 7 1 dogrocs, or about 20 degrees be
low tho temperature at which it enter
ed, and 10 dcgrco3 below that of tho
water which was used to cool it. Of
courso, tho absorption of boat by tho
evaporation of a portion of the water
accounts for its refrigerating effoct,
out mo result socms to liavo been so
easily and inexpensively attainod that
mo experiment would bo well wor-tn
repeating in other cases.
Ono of two things is evident. Either
somo of tho lisli down tho river havo
acrobatic tondencies or tho author of
tho following story did not havo his
spectacles with him when ho went
usuing: V hilo Mr. Sloat was drawinz
a soino in tho Rondout Creek ho noticed
Bovcral largo black bass in tho not in
dustriously gobbling up tho small fry.
As tho not was hanlod into Bhallow
water tho bass becamo alarmed, and,
swimming around tho top of tho not
until thoy arrived at tho lowest placo,
jumped ovor tho rim liko shoop ovor a
fence "Not contont with their es
cape," said Mr. Sloat, "after swimming
about 100 feet out into tho stream, ono
uftcr another they jumped four foot in
to tho air, their bodies gleaming liko
now milk-pans in tho sunshine.--Troy
(N. Y.) Times.
1111', DAILY (JAIKO BUU.KTlN:
"l'ou havo no idea how much wo
lost) by candies becoming stale," re
marked a well-known confectioner to a
Huston (Hol'C reporter esteiday. "Tho
liner varieties, mh-Ii in chocolate)
creams, clioieo French mixed und f iT-sh
fruit candies nro quito worthless. Tho
conuiiou candies wo molt up and mako
over again, but tho operation, cf
course, entails a considerable trouble
"Why don't you soli stalo candies at
"My dear sir, that would never do.
I presumo soiuo confectioners doit, but
it is very bad policy. Candies, you
see, stand on their own merits, and
thcro is no class of consumers nioro
critical than tho people who buy tho
choico varieties. Tho class includes
many gcutlemcn, it is truo, but it 13
largely composed of tho young of tho
fair sex, and you can't fool tho Utt!o
dears with stalo candy. Not much!
They can toll, at tho first taste, wheth
er candy is as it should bo or not, and
tho sale of a singlo box of poor candy
mitrht dome a great deal of harm."
"How is that, if tho candy is sold as
"Why, don't you sec? An immonso
amount of candy is bought by young
men for their 8vccthoart3. Tho best
candies costs, say, $1 per pound,
whilo tho stalo onos, closoly resembling
them in nppoaranco, aro marked, we'll
suppose, at 40 cents. A young man i3
a littlo short, perhaps, and buys somo
of tho stale, thinking his girl won't
know tho difference She doc?,
though, yon bet, cvory time. Sho'll
cat a pieco and say: 'How awfully
awful! Whcro did theso como from?'
lie, of course, tells her, but omits to
mention that ho bought thom ns stale!
Or, if sho is one of tho quiet kind, and
knows whcro tho candy camo from,
sho will quietly suggest to him her
preference for somo other maker's
candy. You sco what a groat injury
might bo dono to a man's business in
that way a far greater injury thau tho
loss of a few pounds of candy a day.
In no branch of business is a reputa
tion more to bo desired than in mine."
"How long will candies keep fresh?"
"That depends upon tho candies and
tho temperature and tho character of
the placo in which they aro kept. Somo
kinds will not keep fresh twenty-four
hours, and others nro perfectly good
for a week or even longer.
A Sea Cucumber. 4fT
Yesterday thcro was quito a sensa
tion created on Sullivan's island by tho
capturo of a fish of a genus hitherto
unknown in our waters. It was
beached by tho waves, and was taken
by a party of ladies, who wcro unable
to satisfy themsclvcj as to what man
ner of fish it was. until ono of tho
party, a lady from Michigan now visit
ing tho island, and whoso knowledgo
of ichthology is by no moans limitod,
throw light on tho subject. The fish
belongs to tho species known as sea
cucumber, and to the genus holothuria.
They aro not rare, by any means, tho
only remarkable foaturo of its capturo
being the locality in which it was
found. Thi3 fish is indigenous to
tropical waters, and it is tho first ever
caught in our harbor. In sizo it is
about six inches long and is shaped
very much liko a cucumber, from which
it takes its name. It has neither iins
nor feet, but swims by tho motion of
its body, as an eel does", its body boing
very supple, considering its bulk. It
hns a large mouth, which is surround
ed by a soft fuzzy fringe. It will cat
almost anything and can bo easily
kept in nn aquarium for years with
proper attention. Charleston Xcw3
und C'.mi'u r.
A Sackful of Dollars. "
A very amusing incident happened
in court last week. Mr. Nick lieckcr
had purchased a certain pieco of ground
and executed his notes for tho same
Later on and before tho last noto had
become duo it was discovered that tho
survey did not hold out by quite a num
ber of feet, aud, therefore, Mr. Ilecker
declined to settle unless a reduction bo
made for tho loss of land. Suit was
instituted, and last week judgmentwas
given for the amount of thu note, less
so much for tho loss of land. Mr.
Becker seemed satisfied, and so soon
as ho heard the decision of tho court
approached tho attorney for tho plain
tiff and proposed to give him a check
in full settlement. Tho attorney de
clined the check and was asked what
ho wanted, "(iold, silver, or green
backs," was tho reply. "Very good!"
ejaculated Mr. llocker, "you shall havo
it." And out of the court-room ho
went. Soon thereafter ho returned
with a man ho had hired and upon
whose back wns a great sack, in which
was deposited blU new silver dollars,
10 and 5 cents in silver and ono cop
per, making in all 87.3. lo, tho amount
of the judgment. Ho had tho sack
laid at tho foot of the attorney, and cn-
ioved it more than the ono who had to
see it deposited in tho bank. Hauler
Invisible Ink for Postal Cards.
Diluted sulphuric acid ono part by
mcasuro of acid to seven of wator.
When this ink is used tho card will at
first show l'ouhcnod traces of tho
writing, but after bcinc allowed to dry
for a short timo theso disaonoar. and
it is as invisible as if dono with wator.
01 courso, only a o pen or a quill
must uo used. If it is desired to avoid
tho suspicion of usintr sympathetic ink,
which miffht bo excited by a blank
postal card, It may be written upon
across the lirst writing with tho tincturo
of iodine, which will entirely fade out
when tho heat is applied to develop
iuvisiblo ink. Art Aye.
Pyramids of instruction" aro being
created in various towns and cities
throughout Germany. They show upon
their laces tho elovation of tho placo
above tho sea level, the diilercnce uo
tween local timo and that of Vienna,
Paris. London, is'ow York, etc., and
much statistical information. Onoach
pyramid, also, aro placed a clock,
thermometer and a buromotcr.
r. .1 . ... . i . .
ueorgin is icruie in imamnat on as
well as In magnetic girls. A Cuthbcrt
farmer tolls of a swamp toad which
carriod off a pig but could not null his
captlvo through tho fonco.
PUIOAV MOKNINtt AUllUST I'll, 1884.
'l lll'Jlf DAY, Evkm.no, Aug. 28, 1831
Tin; weather continues very hot. To-duy
has uppuri'iitly been (hi: hottest day of the
season, ol lowing lint heavy nin and thun
der storm of yesterday. Tho uir lias been
dump and sultry, ami tho earth steamed in
the hot sun all day, and at this writing tho
atmosphere is hot almost beyond endur
ance. The maiket is dull and lifeless. Very
little movement in anything, and no chang
es in quotation.
FLOUR Stocks are large and there nro
no transactions in round lota. Trade is
confined to filling orders.
HAY Low grados will not sell, and
thcro is very little demand for choice
CORN Tho supply is limited, but is
fully equal to tho light demand.
OATS Tho market is well supplied and
the demand light.
MEAL Quiet and unchanged.
BRAN Very little doing and nn
change in prices.
FRUIT Very dull; only choice grapes
and peaches will sell. Common f'mit on
consignment will not puy charges.
BUTTER Choice is in activo requett
nd light supply. Common will not sell
at any price
EGGS Tho demand and Bupply kiep
about evenly balanced, and prices rule firm
CHICKENS Old are dull; choice
young arc in good request.
VEGETABLES Potatoes arc dull.
Red sweet potatoes in boxes will not pay
charges. Tho local tralo is supplied from
Sales and Quotations.
NOT8. Tho price norn given an: li.r m'.i"
Orpt handH In roiiml lot. An wiviinrc
charted tor broken lotMi! iiiltn'urdi r
4rftlilil9 various raiU'H..
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4 cars Timothy, pmall bale
a car Kilt oU'
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7 cars bctvv In bulk
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1 car- new iu &ckB
No. Hed, pur bn. . ..
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No. 3 do
Mo. 4 do
Vfi bills CUv on orders.
50H bl.ls ( Itv
Country . ..
KV) pounds country
WHi pounds choice Northern
amj jotiiiils fancy creamery..
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coops medium yiuinj.'
Freestone Teaches, per box,,
Abiileo rer bush
tirapis jut I'ound
'otatocs. ner bnwhcl
Tomatoes per box
New red sweet potatoes per nil
New fancy ytllow l aufrnoinl per bu..
i cvna1. -r.
Tltt riCAL FHUIT-
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5 511'u'i "
Choico per barrel 1 7r.r2 W
Choice I'l-r bushel Oi'i'j
5 (Ofcii to
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Fancy Canvas'ed Ham Kjittlle'.i
8. O. Hams
Clear nuli' - 11
Kt. Johns 15
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Apples, orient wv
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lint'iliie". Art and Kloruttnn. Address
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steel por. raits, sci 11 liisU-Ht i.ml pay liin
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